ANLE, the North American Academy of the Spanish Language, is an institution made up of philologists of the Spanish language who live and work in the United States, whose mission is to support and promote the study and correct usage of Spanish in the United States of America.
The Centro Cultural Español de Cooperación Iberoamericana, Inc. (CCEMiami) was founded in 1996 and aims to promote and foster cultural cooperation, local creativity and the creation of a space for dialogue and exchange by means of a culturally relevant and continuous annual program.
The Gabarron Foundation Carriage House Center for the Arts has been serving the Spanish and American communities since 2002. The Foundation specializes in art exhibitions and various cultural activities.
Co-edited by Iride Lamartina-Lens and Susan Berardini, Estreno Contemporary Spanish Plays is a non-profit literary press that publishes stage-worthy English translations of the best and most current plays from Spain. Since its inception in 1992, this annual series has been dedicated to connecting English-speaking readers, theatergoers, stage directors, actors, scholars, and students with acclaimed, contemporary Spanish playwrights and their works.
A free museum and reference library in New York City for the study of the arts and cultures of Spain and Latin America. With more than 900 paintings and 6,000 watercolors and drawings, the Hispanic Society offers a comprehensive survey of Spanish painting and drawing, including masterworks by El Greco, Velázquez, Goya, and Sorolla.
King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center, is a division of New York University that aims to promote research and teaching on Spain and the Spanish-speaking world at the university, and to mount free public programs for a general audience that highlight the history, politics and cultures of the Spanish-speaking world.
The Meadows Museum in Dallas, Texas, houses one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of Spanish Art outside Spain. Ranging from early Renaissance examples to modern works by Pablo Picasso, Francisco de Goya, Joan Miró, and Juan Gris, including Spanish Golden Age Baroque artists such as Diego Velázquez, and Bartolomé Esteban Murillo.
The Observatory of the Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures in the United States is a space for the study of the Spanish Language in the U.S. with special attention to its social, cultural, and linguistic evolution, its use by any speakers of the Spanish language.
The not-for-profit Spain-USA Foundation aims to promote cultural, scientific, and educational activities of interest to Spain and the United States, to further cultural, scientific, technological, and business cooperation between and amongst both countries and Ibero-America, as well as to protect, preserve, study, commemorate, and exhibit the underwater and cultural heritage of Spain and its contributions to the history and culture of the America.
The U.S. centers of the Instituto Cervantes are not-for-profit organizations created to promote the teaching of Spanish and the co-official languages of Spain, and to contribute to the advancement of the culture of Spain and the Spanish-speaking countries.
Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) is an agency that orchestrates public support for the promotion of culture, both in Spain and overseas. Its aims include promoting Spain’s rich and plural artistic legacy and fostering the internationalisation of its most contemporary creative and culture sector.
The Carolina Foundation is a public-private institution that promotes cultural relations and cooperation in education and scientific cooperation between Spain and the countries of the South American Community of Nations.
The Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX) is an agency of the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade, serving Spanish companies to promote their exports and facilitate their international expansion. For this purpose, it possesses its own financial, material and human resources.
Instituto Cervantes is a not-for-profit organization created by the Spanish government in 1991. Its mission is to promote the teaching of Spanish and the co-official languages of Spain, and to contribute to the advancement of the culture of Spain and the Spanish speaking countries.
Spain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, implements and assesses Spain’s foreign policy and development cooperation policy, following the Government’s guidelines and applying the principle of unity of external action.
Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, is responsible for setting out and implementing Government policy on professional training and university education, as well as for promoting, protecting and disseminating Spanish historic heritage, state museums, the arts, books, reading and literary creation, film and audiovisual activity, books and state-owned libraries, and for promoting and disseminating culture in Spanish.